Thursday, March 17th – XRA’s Stephanie Montgomery joined a panel, “Inclusive XR Technologies Enable DEIA in Hybrid Workplaces,” at the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Assistive Technology Conference. Ms. Montgomery presented with Bill Curtis-Davidson and Ashley Coffey from the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT) and discussed how employers are increasingly using XR technologies to attract diverse talent, improve job training, and enhance collaboration as organizations adopt hybrid workplace policies. Panelists explored how accessible XR can help employers advance DEI and Accessibility (DEIA), gain an edge in a tight labor market, and create a compelling workplace.
Explore other XRA resources on XR accessibility and inclusive design:
INCLUSIVE XR IN THE WORKPLACE: How Accessible Immersive Technologies Can Help Employers Upskill and Enable an Increasingly Diverse Workforce, developed in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Partnership on Employment & Accessibility Technology (PEAT)
XRAccessability.github.io, a one-stop resource for developers to find accessibility code solutions, developed in partnership with the XR Access Initiative